Passing under power lines that almost mimic the track layout of Delray, CP T-40 heads back to Windsor, Ontario after interchanging with NS at Oakwood Yard. Delray is one of the last manned interlo... (more)
CN R950 is heading north at Clay Avenue after dropping off cars at East Yard. They are returning to Pontiac with an MRL box they picked up from All-American Plywood.
New York Central added 70 new GE U25Bs (phase 1 & 2) to its diesel roster in 1964-65. These 2500-series speed merchants were typically assigned to priority traffic, while older first-generation un... (more)
After Detroit had completely abandoned their streetcar system the DEPARTMENT OF STREET RAILWAYS sold the entire fleet of relatively new PCC cars to Mexico City. Before sending the cars south of t... (more)
The last Street Car to ever carry passengers from the State Fair Grounds to the foot of Woodward in Detroit, Michigan is shown pulling into the Highland Park Car Barns for the final time as the De... (more)
CP 8552 leads a Canada bound train past the abandoned Michigan Central Station. The station is one of the most popular abandoned sites in the city of Detroit. In the past year glass has been put i... (more)
CP 8617 rounds the corner past Delray tower in Southwest Detroit. Delray Tower is the last manned interlocking tower in Michigan.
CN R950 is pulling off the siding at Greendale Avenue in Detroit after making a setout at All American Plywood.
Nicholson Terminals lonely SW1 moving an empty flat car back to the interchange with US Steel. Nicholson Terminal handles stevedoring and exporting in Detroit using this lonely SW1, rarely seen o... (more)
Fresh from rebuilding at Peaker Services in Brighton, Michigan, this 1981 image at Milwaukee Junction shows SEMTA GP19 904 just prior to being placed into commuter service between Detroit and Pont... (more)
CN R950 is heading south on the Holly Subdivision near Caniff Avenue in Detroit.
NS 31M is departing from Detroit with another train of new automobiles.
CN E280 with UP 6661 is southbound along the Holly Subdivision with empty autoracks.
Conrail LV-4 is heading back south at Grand River Avenue with cars pulled from the remaining industries still served by rail on the westside of Detroit.
CN L533 is heading south along the Mt. Clemens Subdivision at East Outer Drive in Detroit with doublestacks being ferried between Port Huron and Moterm.